Category: Safety

HB 580 a Good Start to Fund Kentucky’s Decaying Infrastructure

Co-Authors Mark Day, Director of Development and Facilities, Lexington Blue Grass AirportChuck Craycraft, Vice President, HW Lochner Inc.Honorable Brad Schneider, Henderson County Judge-ExecutiveAndrew Aiello, General Manager, Transit Authority of Northern KentuckyAnne Lawson, Manager, Elizabethtown Flying Service, Elizabethtown Regional AirportWilliam Downey, Director Government Affairs, RJ Corman Railroad Group LLCGreg Pritchett, Port […]

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Take the Pledge

Today is the official end of National Work Zone Awareness week which kicked off on Monday. According to the US DOT, there were approximately 3,100 work zone crashes in 2018. Distracted driving was and is a major contributor to work zone crashes. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that […]

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Toyota Throwback

Toyota Throwback In light of Toyota’s big announcement this week – KBT would like to share a little Toyota Throwback from our very own archives. Solving Road Fund Problem Enhances Toyota Opportunity | Winter 1986  Toyota’s decision to locate it’s $800 million automobile assembly plant in Kentucky points up the […]

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Spring Forward

Spring Forward This Sunday at 2 am we will Spring Forward. “We’ll set our clocks forward one hour, and the change will push sunsets later into the evening hours and sunrises later into the morning hours. The cost is that “springing forward” will temporarily disrupt the sleep of millions of Americans.” via Vox. […]

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Sitting on Capitol Hill

Sitting on Capitol Hill (updated 3.1.19 4:02 pm) As of this writing, HB517 is “sitting on capitol hill”. KBT is waiting optimistically as the legislative process continues and will report to you directly on any updates and action items.  However, over the past week there has still been much going on Kentucky’s […]

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We Deserve Better

We Deserve Better  “The state of the commonwealth is strong. Very strong. We have much to celebrate tonight,” Governor Bevin said during his 45-minute speech from the chamber of the Kentucky House. Originally, I was going to write my message on the Governor’s State of the Commonwealth Address. However, during […]

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